Global Correspondent Banking And Financial Crime Risk Management

Since the 2008 financial crisis, international correspondent banks have had to face a number of challenges, like lower transaction volumes, shrinking profit margins, scepticism by regulators on money-laundering activities and incomprehensible risk parameters. A new report by the Financial Times on global banks cutting their corresponding banking operations and networks short and scraping off respondent […]

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Current Hospital Management Issues In The Us

In the health care industry, hospital management has emerged as one of the most important areas within the industry because, as a discipline, it integrates medical, practical, social, and economic factors in ensuring the smooth and effective management of hospitals as the main sources of health care provision and services. According to the American Hospital […]

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